Most of us are always on the lookout for great investments. We know that there are some that are “sure things” but they usually don’t pay as much interest. Others that claim a huge return are generally too good to be true, and they end up being ponzi schemes or another scam. I’m happy to say that this investment is NOT a scam. In fact, this investment is how millions of people around the country have accumulated their wealth. Keep reading as your accountant and payroll specialist explains how you can take a mere $10,000, and turn it into millions.
Your $10,000 Investment
The best part about this investment is that you don’t even have to have all $10,000 right up front. Instead, you can pay a little now, and the rest over time as you earn more money. Here’s the real deal though.
Traditionally this investment has run $50,000-$250,000. Many people have made these investments only to see low level returns coming in, or even long periods where the investment didn’t pay off at all. Much of that is changing as the years go one.
What is that $10,000 Investment?
That investment is an alternative to the traditional college approach. As tuition rates continue to rise and college is becoming less and less affordable to individuals, there is a new alternative. This alternative is a boot-camp style educational program that is designed to help people achieve the training they need, without the massive amounts of college debt.
Consider it like this: for $10,000 you attend a training program that lasts about 12 weeks (that’s 3 short months). When you are done, you have all the skill and expertise that you need to enter into a highly technical position. Some of these trainings prime you to get hired as an app developer with a starting salary of $70,000 per year (over 20 years that $70k will bring you over $1 million). No huge debt to be burdened with, a skill set that is in high demand and a job that is sure to grow over the coming decades.
Making Your $10,000 Investment
Yes, this is not an investment in the traditional sense of the word. You have to invest the money to train yourself and become more of an asset to the business community. However, when all is said and done, you are in the perfect position to earn a great income for the rest of your working career.
As mentioned earlier, you don’t have to have $10,000 all at once. Suppose you can work hard and get together $1,000; that is the perfect down payment. You can finance the rest of the education costs. The best part is that with your new job, paying off your student debt in a year or less shouldn’t be any issue (try doing that with $200,000 of debt from a traditional 4-year college; it can be done, but it’s hard).
Practical Taxes Has Your Back
When you do start making a good income with your new job, you will want to hire an accountant. We will be there for you. Instead of wasting your now much more valuable time trying to figure out your taxes, just bring everything in and we will do it all for you. Of course if you want to use your new skills to branch out on your own and start a business, we will be there for business consulting, payroll services, and much more.